Wonderful Articulated Fish Bracelet, Taxco 1950s

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Wonderful Articulated Fish Bracelet, Taxco 1950s

This is a very robust bracelet comprised of 4 connecting articulated fish in enamel and sliver with a fully articulated fish hanging with the safety chain that looks like it has been caught on the chain. Made in the famous Taxco workshops in Mexico started by William Spratling in the 1930s. He is known as the Father of Mexican Silver.
Size: 22 cm long, the fish that drops measures 5 cm long
Weight: 53 grams
Date: 1950s
Condition: Very good condition, clasp is strong and the enamel is good also
Estimate: £200 – 300

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